Carla Bozulich has been making music since before I was born, and her genre-bridging career as a member of industrial rockers Ethyl Meatplow and the alt-country outfit Geraldine Fibbers has seen her collaborate with everyone from Thurston Moore to Willie Nelson.
Evangelista, her umpteenth project, finds Bozulich weaving sultry, lounge-inspired indie rock on The Blue Room and Lucky Lucky Luck, together with spazzed-out distorted experiments like Truth Is Dark Like Outer Space and the 12-minute Hello, Voyager, where she screams, “This is my porn collection! This is me feeling superior to you!” over a cacophony of percussion and oozing, ghostly organs. Meh. Patti Smith does it better.
Evangelista play the Horseshoe Sunday (April 13).